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Let's see the Deadly Spawn at Alamo Drafthouse

  Come schmooze with horror fans and MHHFF staff before a special presentation of THE DEADLY SPAWN (1983) at the Alamo Drafthouse Littleton on June 4th at 10pm!




The first 12 people to arrive will receive FREE MHHFF t-shirts!


We will be meeting at the Glass Half Full bar inside the Alamo at 9:00pm and will head into the theater at 9:30pm for the pre-show.
A limited number of tickets are available here:



What's better than watching movie with a vagina-shaped alien dismembering humans in a basement during a thunderstorm? Typically, the answer would be "NOTHING!" But in the case of this movie, the answer is: "NOTHING! Unless it was made for less than the price of a new washer/dyer combo." You're in luck.

Douglas McKeown's THE DEADLY SPAWN is the epitome of 1980s homemade horror filmmaking. When an extraterrestrial meteorite unleashes a carnivorous beast on an unsuspecting New Jersey town, no one is safe. Grandmas, a horror-movie-obsessed-little-kid, and everyone in-between are fair game for this unstoppable eating machine and its leech-like minions. Crammed with ambition, unbelievable latex effects, and brutal gore, DEADLY SPAWN builds a special, self-contained universe and holds no ties to rational thought. If perfection existed, this movie would eat it for breakfast. (Joseph A. Ziemba)

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  • Matt

    sorry I became ill. hope everyone has fun

    June 4, 2013

  • Matt B.

    Came down with a brutal cold, bummed I have to cancel.

    June 4, 2013

  • Rick

    That's definitely... a poster.

    1 · May 28, 2013

  • Matt B.

    Hows everyone doing tickets? I know the Alamo does reserved seating, so I wasn't sure if we were planning on sitting together.

    May 28, 2013

  • laura e.

    Im confused?? it says 845pm?? But the group is heading over @ 930pm?? When does movie start?

    May 23, 2013

    • Dawn

      We will be meeting at the Glass Half Full bar inside the Alamo at 9:00pm and will head into the theater at 9:30pm for the pre-show. Movie starts at 10:00. It says 8:45 so people aren't late for the social part of the meetup.

      May 24, 2013

  • Dawn

    I hope to attend I'll update my rsvp when I know for sure.

    May 23, 2013

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